Practical and engaging, these award-winning books guide children and their parents through the cognitive-behavioral techniques used to treat anxiety, anger, negative thinking and more. Lively, humorous and immediately usable, each book presents new ways of thinking while giving step-by-step instructions that empower children to work towards change.
I am available to speak in a variety of ways:
- Live and virtual events
- Podcasts and blogs
- Media interviews
I interviewed Dr. Huebner recently for a news story. What a find! She was incredibly knowledgeable, and her on-camera skills were the best I've seen. In 15 minutes I had more sound bites than I could use.
I offer a limited number of time slots for parents of children ages 3 - 12 struggling with anxiety, sleep difficulties, trouble with transitions and more.
Parent Coaching is an efficient, effective way for parents to learn to respond calmly and with intention to behavioral challenges, helping children build the skills they need to live happier lives.
"Nobody writes for anxious children like Dawn Huebner. Her books are a must."
- Eli Lebowitz, PhD, Breaking Free of Child Anxiety and OCD and founder of SPACE
"Dawn Huebner is my go-to author when helping anxious kids."
- Natasha Daniels, AT Parenting Survival
Dr. Dawn's Seven-Step Solution For When Worry Takes Over
Easy-to-Implement Strategies for Parents or Carers of Anxious Kids
worry has a way of turning into WORRY in the blink of an eye. This upper-case WORRY causes children to fret about unlikely scenarios and shrink away from routine challenges, ultimately holding entire families hostage. But upper-case WORRY is predictable and manageable once you understand its tricks.
This 7-part video series will help you recognize WORRY’s tricks while teaching techniques to help you and your child break free.
New Thoughts on an Old Idea
Talking Back to Worry
Parenting can be wonderful. It can also be exhausting, exhilarating, maddening, baffling, and surprising.
This section has a collection of tips and tricks to help you handle the toughest, and most common, parenting challenges. Dip into these short pieces for advice on everything from sensory challenges to effective reward systems.
Re-thinking Anxiety (TEDx 2015)
We are hard-wired to shrink away from things that might hurt us. That’s a good thing, fighting, fleeing or freezing in the face of danger. But anxiety is about perceived danger, very different from actual danger, and over-responding leads to problems of its own.
Re-thinking Anxiety (TEDx 2015) describes my path into this work, and gives tips on how to face fear instead of running away.